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John Jay honored the following recent graduates at a college commitment ceremony at Contest Field on June 15: Kieran Brown, Ithaca College (swimming); Julia Cassone, Lehigh University (swimming); Angela Cioffi, Ithaca College (soccer); Lauren DeLucia, Holy Cross College (diving); Zoe Eliades…

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Fox Lane senior Corinne Wierzchowski already had her ticket punched for the state meet after securing the super standard in the high jump earlier in the season. All she had to do was show up and compete at the Division 1 state qualifying meet, which took place June 3 at Arlington High School…

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It was a brutal two days of weather for the Westchester County track and field championship meet last Friday and Saturday, May 20 and 21. The first day held at Horace Greeley High was a cold and windy day with a downpour. The second day at John Jay was hot and sunny with 90-degree temperatures.

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John Jay girls lacrosse coach Jess McDonough knew it was going to be a tough week for the Wolves with four big games in a row against quality opponents to wrap up the regular season. Especially when three of the games were on the road, and there was a game Friday, May 6, in the rain after a …

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Katie Cristiano, Fox Lane’s senior catcher, remembers it clearly. Fox Lane lost to John Jay in a one-run game last season, and the Foxes were looking for redemption against one of their rivals when the calendar turned to 2022.

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Early in the second half against Scarsdale, Mia Puccio caught a long outlet pass at midfield, sprinted 40-plus yards and found Annabel Brennan for a goal. The whole sequence took just 12 seconds and was a prime example of just how athletic and explosive John Jay’s girls lacrosse team is.

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John Jay’s Chris Civetta pitched a complete game gem to lead the Wolves to a 4-2 win over Nanuet on April 9 at Clover Stadium in Rockland County. He struck out 13, walked two, allowed four hits and let up just one earned run.